Is there any finer place than the Alsace region of France for food, wine and architecture? Wine tasting is a delight with friendly Cooperatives in Turckheim and Ribeauville, family domaines in towns and villages surrounded by the vines, and bars and restaurants selling the local wines by the glass, carafe and bottle often with the … Continue reading Alsace, a foodie photographer’s dream, a nibbler’s nightmare!
I took this photo a while back in Oxford of the rounded Radcliffe Camera building, designed by James Gibbs to house the Radcliffe Science Library of the University in 1737. I couldn’t resist a photo splash effect with the student and her bike against a monochrome background on a quiet morning before the crowds of … Continue reading WordPress Photo Challenge: Rounded …… in Oxford
WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge; Corner My mind was transported 100 years into the past as it followed this automobile around the corner of a recreated Glasgow street in the wonderful Museum of Transport. Corner
Wandering through the villages of Burgundy gives endless opportunities for photography if one is mindful of the smaller things making up the landscape, the architecture, the market, the street. This is a personal selection of images in monochrome.
Too often we don't fully experience our surroundings when we travel because we view much of it through the lens of our cameras. Use the wide angle of your own eyes more!